Technical and Vocational Education & Training (TVET)

Skills are vital for poverty reduction, economic recovery and sustainable development. As a consequence, policy attention to technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is increasing worldwide.

TVET comprises formal, non-formal and informal learning for the world of work. Young people, women and men learn knowledge and skills from basic to advanced levels across a wide range of institutional and work settings and in diverse socio-economic contexts.

Short Courses

  • Aluminum Fabricator.
  • Civil Draftsman Auto CAD.
  • Architectural Drafting.
  • Quantity Surveyor.
  • Safety Inspector.
  • Tile Fixing & Cutting.
  • Steel Fixer.
  • Plumber.
  • Carpenter.
  • Civil Lab Technician.
  • Civil Surveyor / Land Surveyor.
  • Welder.
  • Draftsman Mechanical.
  • Building Electrician.
  • Motor Winder.
  • Mobile Phone Repairing.
  • UPS Repair & Maintenance.
  • Home Appliances Repair & Maintenance.
  • Computer Hardware Technician.
  • Computer Network Technician.
  • Graphic Designer.
  • Web Design & Development.
  • Gemstone Cutting & Polishing.
  • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
  • Building Supervisor.
  • Quantity Surveyor.
  • Advance PIC Micro Controller.
  • Project Management Professionals (PMP).
  • Office Management & Administrative Skills.
  • 360 Digital Marketing Expert.
  • Human Resource Management .
  • Strategic Human Resource Management.
  • Self and Time Management.
  • Interpersonal Skills.
  • High Impact Presentation Skills.
  • Building Trust At Work Place.
  • Construction Claims and Dispute Resolution.
  • Counseling Skills For Managers.
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management.
  • Emotional Intelligence.
  • Leadership Skills for Managers.
  • Secretarial & Office Management Skills.
  • Supervisory Skills.
  • Supply Chain Management.
  • Total Quality Management & Six Sigma.
  • Procurement & Inventory Management.
  • And many more.

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